Inter-Religio, a network of Christian organizations aimed at promoting interreligious research and dialogue in Eastern Asia, was founded in 1982 by representatives from 16 institutes and centers in 8 countries of Asia. For 23 years it held bi-annual conferences on topics related to interreligious research and published a semi-annual Bulletin under the name Inter Religio.

  1. Pattaya, Thailand , 2003

    Religion and Popular Culture in East Asia

    Papers in Inter-Religio 43

  2. Taipei, 2001

    Narrating Religious Experience in East Asia

    Papers in Inter-Religio 39–40

  3. Manila, 1999

    Religion and Nationalism

    Papers in Inter-Religio 36–37

  4. Kyoto, 1997

    Dialogue with New Religions

    Papers in Inter-Religio 31–32

  5. Hong Kong, 1993

    Pathways to Faith: Models of Evangelization in an Interreligious World

    Papers in Inter-Religio 24–25

  6. Seoul, Korea, 1990

    Liberative Elements in East Asian Religious Traditions

    Papers in Inter-Religio 17–18

  7. Sukabumi, Indonesia 1987

    Asian Theology

    Report in Inter-Religio 12

  8. Nagoya, Japan, 1986

    Encounter with the Religious Situation in China Today

    Papers in Inter-Religio 9–11

  9. Hong Kong, 1983

    Facing Religious Pluralism in Asia

    Papers in Inter-Religio 4-6

  10. Taytay, Philippines 1982

    Conference at which Inter-Religio was founded

    Report in Inter-Religio 1